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. joining us now to talk aut all of that and a lotmore, heidi ore moand alison deans. good to see you. thanks f joining us. alison, the bigews of the week, janet yellen iner senate hearing. it looks like she will be nfirmed. looks like she willontinue the easy money policy of ben bernanke th quantitative easi. do youee any impacts to the markets or do you think that's excted? >> think it's expected. wasçó interesti the market had a bit of a rally. toe overall think this is highly expected. >> would you put newmoney to work in the market ow? >> i think the market is attracvely valued. there'a lot of potential for significant upsideimprovement in global economies and therore while face value the maet looks valued, i think we can be undertimatinghere the economy goes. >> that's a positive. at se point she i goi to have toial it back. listen to what dr. yellen said about the possible risks of qe. >> i would agree tha ts program cannot continue forever. there are costs and risks associated wh the program. what does that tell you? >> any change? what do u think that means for slowing down
. ining us now to talkbout l of that and a lotmore, heidi ore moand alison deans. good see you. thanks for joining s. alison, the big news of the week, janet yellen in her senate hearing. it looks like s will be confirmed. it loo like she will continue the easy moneypolicy of ben bernanke with quantitative eang. do you see any impacts to the markets or do you think that's pected? >> i think it's expected it wasçó interesting the market d a bit of a rally. me overall i thinkthis is highly expected. >> would you p new money work in t market now? ink the m attractively valued. thers a lot of potenti for significant upside improvement in global economies and therefore while face value the market looks valued, i thin we can be undestimating where the economy goes. >> that's a positive. atome point she is gng to have to dial it back. listen to what dr. yell sa about the possible risks of qe. >> i would agree that this programannotcontinue forever. ther are costs and risks associatedith the program. what does that tell you? >> any change? what dyou think that means for slowing down the bond
has an estimated 26 million users in the u.s. and revenues of zero. zero dollars in revenue and they turned down a $3 billion offer. the company apparently hopeful of an even bigger offer at some point down the road. >>> the markets keep setting records. the nominee to head the fed faces tough questions on capitol hill. and what should your year end investing strategies be now? joining us now to talk about that, heidi moore, u.s. finances and economics it'sor at "the guardian" and alison deans. alison, let me kick it off with you. big news of the week is janet yellen. looks like she'll be confirmed and looks like she's going to continue the easy money policy of ben bernanke with quantitative easing. do you see any impacts to the markets as a result of that or do you think that's expected and priced in? >> it's interesting the markets had a rally on the news but more of a really rally on her saying continue the policy and be more dovish. to me, it was highly expected. >> would you put new money to work in the market now? >> i think the market is attractively valued. there's a
expecting a gain of .1 of a percent. the faa has passed new regulations allowing the use of mobile devices while in the air. that does not mean you can make phone calls. the new rules are expected to take effect by the end of the year. >>> the fed did this nothing this week but does that mean you should be doing nothing when it comes to your portfolio. joining me right now and bob mcteer. are the markets feeling like bubble mentality to you or do you think the rest of the year is as strong as the rest of the ten months? >> i think we could see a strong finish. certain areas feel a little bubbly to me. i think the market could continue so see upside risk. my sense is the world is still underallocated to equities. i think we're working through the fix out of bonds, but there's a lot more to go. i'm optimistic for the rest of the year and 2014 could be a good year. >> bob, this week we saw the federal reserve with the bond buying program. $85 billion of bond buying every month. do you think that's the right thing to do and are you concerned about the fed strategy of this easy money? >> i thin
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prices haveeen tumbling. the average aroun$3.25 and in some areas below$3. the reason, u.s. oil production is boong and the middle east iselatively stable. >>> a busy wk forhe maet's new record. e big ipo and the jobrert. what does it mean for your money? joining now is larry kantor and nathan bachrach. good to see you. thank you. >> it was pretty good week. the job's report on friday, big surprise. 204,000 jobs created f the month giventhe government shutdown the expectations were so w. unemployment at 7.3%. combine that with better than expected gdp, wh doeshat tell you? >> if youook at the details one of the things that happen is they coted the government workers as working because they got paid for part of the pay riod, but still strong report. the gd report also a percentage point of the 2.8 was from inventory. it wasn't as strong as it looked. definitely ten together better day than we thought. what's your take and do you thk this changes in any way the feds tapering? >>oesn't change the fe taperi because we have to get a new fed chairwoman first. i don't think anybodwill
pricesave been tumbling. the avege around $3.25nd in somereas below 3. the reason, u.s. oil pruction is booming and the middle east is ratively stable. >>> a busy week for t market's nerecord. thbig ipo and the jobs report. what does it mean f your money? joining now is larry kantor and nathan bachrach. good to see you. >> thank you. >> it was a etty good week. the job'seport on friday, big surprise. 204,000 jobs created for the month given the government shutdown the expectations wer so low. unemployment at 7.3%. combine that with better than expected gdp, what does tt tell you? >>f you look at the detas one of the things that happen is ey counted the government workers as rking because they got paid for part of the pay period, but still strong rert. the gdp report also a percentage point of the 2.8 was from inventory. it wasn't as strong as it looked. definitely taken togher better day than w thout. >>hat's your take and do you think this changesn any way thfeds tapering? >> doesn't change the feds tapering because we have to ge a new fe chairwomanfirst. i don't thinanybody will se
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